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KeyPulp: Phillyist crew launches national arts and culture blog

KeyPulp, a national-in-focus arts and culture blog from the Phillyist crew, launched this week. As Technically Philly told you in January, Gothamist put its Philly outpost on ‘extended hiatus’ and many of its contributors were busy at work creating a more broad place for their hobbyist postings on pop culture, music and the like. One […]


KeyPulp, a national-in-focus arts and culture blog from the Phillyist crew, launched this week.
As Technically Philly told you in January, Gothamist put its Philly outpost on ‘extended hiatus’ and many of its contributors were busy at work creating a more broad place for their hobbyist postings on pop culture, music and the like.
One of the group’s leaders, Jill Ivey, says though KeyPulp has fewer geographical content limitations than Phillyist, the local scene will certainly make an appearance.
“We’ll still be covering plenty of events in Philly,” she writes Technically Philly. “It’s just that we’ll be covering stories in New York, D.C., L.A. etc., as well.  We even have a writer from Israel.”
The other editors of KeyPulp are Ross Currie, Andrew Johnston, Allison Krumm, and Joe Ross.
[keypulp.com]

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